Gray’s Anatomy Season 13: Episode 20, Should Meredith Stop Flying? Our criticism
Last night, the American channel ABC broadcast episode 20 of season 13 of Gray’s Anatomy. Then discover our review of “In the Air Tonight”.
After episode 16 of season 13 of Gray’s Anatomy centered on Japril, it is the turn of Nathan and Meredith to be the focus of an episode. These two characters have been searching since the beginning of the season and it is possible that they have finally found themselves in “In the Air Tonight” . The episode begins when we find Meredith on board in an airplane, which seems to us much quieter than one might imagine. Unfortunately for our heroine – as many times in her life – everything is not going to happen as expected, starting with the fact that she will find Nathan Riggs on this plane. And as often at her side, Meredith eventually lower her guard, which gives rise to a closer in the toilets of the device …
We do not know you, but we hope never to end up in an airplane that is experiencing such turbulence. The shocks are so strong that two characters bump against the ceiling of the aircraft: a flight attendant who breaks his wrist and a passenger who strikes so violently that he has a bleed in the brain. As you can see, nothing is going on in this plane and once again, Gray’s Anatomy surgeons are forced to redouble their efforts and ingenuity to treat their patients with the materials they have at hand. The fact that this episode is a closed session necessarily raises the tension, not to mention that we also have the memories of the plane crash that Meredith has experienced that are shown to us. A cocktail that keeps us going for 42 minutes .
In episode 20 of season 13 of Gray’s Anatomy , it’s also an opportunity for Nathan to get to know Meredith better. By discovering that she has already lost a sister, he understands the reason why she takes time to protect Maggie and why she sometimes passes the happiness of others before hers. But is this really why Meredith refuses to take the plunge with Nathan? The continuation of the events will reveal us not. Without too many surprises, it is simply Derek who holds her back. “I’m married,” Meredith scales at Riggs at some point in the episode. This is not surprising behavior, after all Meredith lost tragically Derek and their feelings were still very strong for each other. Nathan does not lose foot in front of all this and will even confront Mer when she still refuses his advances at the end of the episode. Finally, she changes her mind again. Is Meredith finally ready to move forward? Something tells us that even if their relationship is launched, it promises to be tumultuous . In any case, we liked this episode, full of twists. What did you think of this episode?